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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Assessment of Sediment Toxicity near Post Point (Bellingham Bay)

 
Publication number Date Published
07-03-113October 2007
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Author(s) Gries, T.
Description This is the quality assurance plan for the project, Assessment of Sediment Toxicity near Post Point (Bellingham Bay).

Each study conducted by the Washington State Department of Ecology must have an approved Quality Assurance Project Plan. The plan describes the objectives of the study and the procedures to be followed to achieve those objectives. After completion of the study, a final report describing the study results will be posted to the Internet.
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Keywords sulfide, toxicity, quality assurance project plan, assessment, sediment, standards, toxic, quality, management, shipyard, sediment management standards
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #PPTox07

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